The former world player of the year spoke to the media waiting outside the entrance to the restaurant saying:
“I’m willing to find a solution”
Real Madrid’s number 8 talked to Sky Sports about the lack of game time which he is getting with ‘Los Blancos’.
“It’s not a nice situation, not for me or for Real. I’ve said that I’m willing to find a solution which is good for me and for Real.”
That move was followed up today with the news that Kaka’s agents were meeting with A.C. Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani.
Milan does not have the cash to afford a transfer at the moment, so the conversation is around a loan deal through the end of the season.
Now the prospect of the prodigal son returning home to the San Siro will excite the Milan fans, but the clubs interest in Kaka doesn’t fit the clubs new direction.
Galliani and Berlusconi have said in the past that they only want players in their early 20’s. They have also slashed their wage bill in the last eight months.
So the idea of signing an injury prone 30-year-old player who earns €13m salary per year, which is about €10m more than Milan want to pay for ANY player, doesn’t make any sense.
Do you think Kaka will end up at AC Milan this month?